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“The day we found out our son had cancer, our lives changed forever”

“The day we found out our son had cancer, our lives changed forever,” Nelly Theodoridou, Alex’s mum, told Neos Kosmos. “Our beautiful Alex was a cheeky little boy whose aim …

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After 25 years in Australia, he returned to Greece to breathe life into his island

Jimmy Sklavenitis, who was born on Meganisi – a remote secluded islet a little to the east of the island of Lefkada – was just 17 years old when, in …

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South Australia goes into lockdown: Greek restaurant listed as exposure site

South Australia will go into full lockdown from 6pm tonight, as was announced by the state’s Premier Steven Marshall. The decision comes after health authorities identified five new cases linked …

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Greek Australian entrepreneur Kayla Itsines “sells out” for a staggering $400 million

Greek Australian fitness queen Kayla Itsines and former fiancée Tobi Pearce have sold their global health and fitness empire Sweat for the staggering amount of $400 million. The dynamic duo …

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“Greece, how we miss you!” say Greek Australians, remembering their last summer trip to the homeland

The dream of going back to Greece this summer is fading away as holidays of Greece during times past are flooding back. Many Greek Australians are reminiscing about the good …

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New Chair of SA’s Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission is the daughter of Greek migrants

Greek-Australian Adriana Christopoulos, a proud and active member of the South Australian Greek community, was recently appointed the Chair of the SA Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission (SAMEAC). She will …

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Operation Ironside: 18-year-old Apostle Broikos released from jail

Alleged drug trafficker, Apostle Broikos – the youngest person in South Australia to be arrested as part of Operation Ironside – has been released from jail. The 18-year-old was charged …

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“We want to go home,” plead Greek Australians

Another year has passed so quickly and a summer holiday to Greece remains as elusive as ever. Despite the start of the vaccine rollout, the end of the pandemic will, …

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Dr Peter Psaltis, a Greek-Australian scientist among the best in Australia

Greek-Australian Associate Professor Peter Psaltis was awarded the Marshall and Warren Innovation Award for his work in defining a new player in atherosclerosis: the role of Adventitial Haemangioblasts as an …

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South Australia becomes the fourth state to approve voluntary euthanasia in Australia

After a three-decade long battle, South Australia has joined Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia in approving a voluntary assisted dying scheme, after securing the support of both the Upper and …

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